This issue features Section 799.2 From: Fishing and Shooting Sketches, High Times in Haddeo, The Incredible Edible Rail, Lost and Found, Partridge Adventures, The First Bird After, Day’s End, and much more.
As part of its ongoing effort to increase public access on federal lands, the U.S. Fish and Wildl... ...Read More >
I remember it like yesterday. I was 9 years old, squinting down the barrel of that old J.C. Higgi... ...Read More >
After the third day of vomiting our Brittany, Mesa – typically a voracious eater – simply stared ... ...Read More >
It seems our hunting seasons have just begun, and now they are over. Year in and year out, I just cannot get over how fast autumn flies by. It’s like the migrating woodcock that leave us so soon in October or November. But now we are preparing for spring, and the woodcock will return. It’s just that we have to wait several long months to enjoy them again. Or do we? ...Read More >
Reader Steve Lavalle of Manchester, New Hampshire, submitted this photo of a grouse he found while hunting in central Wisconsin. Apparently, the grouse had choked to death on an acorn that was too big to pass through his crop. ...Read More >
Dog: Clara, American Brittany Owner: Bob VanBlargan, Northampton, Pennsylvania ...Read More >
Fabarm sets itself apart from the competitors with its unique barrel and choke technology on this over-under. The unique hyperbolic profile chokes on Fabarm’s Tribore HP barrel allow for the use of steel shot within the entire range of choke tubes, even improved modified and full chokes. ...Read More >